Addressing deficiencies can improve speed, conditioning, flexibility, agility, strength and power.
More than 3.5M kids under 14 receive medical treatment for sports injuries every year .
Create and share a protocol that addresses problem areas at the team and/or individual level.
Test using DorsaVi. Each athlete can be tested on-site in as little as 2 minutes.
Launched in June 2019, Analytics for Athletes is a cutting-edge program that combines the expertise of the professionals at Davis PTSR and the wearable device technology of DorsaVi to identify and target both individual and team-aggregated athlete deficiencies in order to maximize athletic performance and prevent injury. DorsaVi provides the data, Davis PTSR does the analysis, providing personalized protocols to assist coaches in determining individual and team aggregate weaknesses.
High school athletes alone account for over 2 million injuries and 300,000 hospitalizations annually. What's worse, according to the CDC (U.S. Center for Disease Control), more than half of all sports injuries in children are preventable. Davis PTSR is on a mission to drive these numbers down, one school, one team, one child at a time.
At Davis PTSR, we are at the forefront of our industry when it comes to treating athletes.
By targeting alignment and stability, we help athletes build a strong core, allowing them to maximize every workout, every drill and every rep. The result? Higher confidence, optimal performance and fewer injuries.
Create Core Stability
DorsaVi is a powerful, new wearable technology that measures human body movement like never before. The wearable movement sensors are paired with HD video to produce real time objective data.
We use DorsaVi to:
We work with all ages and experience levels, and testing is done on-site using wireless technology.
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Core muscles stabilize the hips and shoulders, and protect the spine from excessive load.
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Overuse injuries account fornearly 50% of sports injuries to middle and high school athletes.
Retest, analyze results and update protocol accordingly. Repeat annually.
Analyze individual and team data to identify weaknesses and deficiencies.